Bias FX Desktop vs. Jam Up Pro Ipad
Harald Edelsbacher last edited by
I use Jam Up pro on my iPad for practicing and the Bias FX Desktop for recording on my Mac.
Why are there so differences in the sound? I like the Jam Up so much more. The Bias FX sounds synthetical compared to Jam Up.
Does anyone experience the same?
Ps.: I use the same interface and headphones for both.
alderre last edited by
I find the opposite to be true. Bias FX is what my ears prefer but if you like jam up better who am I to tell you you’re wrong.
Elric last edited by
+1. If Jamup sounds better to you than Bias FX Desktop; your Bias FX desktop is probably badly configured. Check your input levels, sample rates, buffers, etc, on the desktop. IMHO.
In my experience I've tried Bias FX desktop and even if I still have to fiddle around a little more with those knobs in a first approach e liked more the sounds in the mobile version! don't know why, maybe it's just matter of tastes..
for sure the audio interface and the signal levels have a huge role in the path though...